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Quiz 43: Still more songbird legs and feet

Here are three more songbirds showing some of the variation in legs and feet.

With thanks, again, to Brian E. Small for providing the beautiful photos. You can see lots more at his website.

Legs and feet of songbirds 3

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Question 1
A
Wood-Warbler
B
Oriole
C
Thrush
D
Sparrow
Question 1 Explanation: 
Baltimore Oriole - Orioles, being in the same family as blackbirds and grackles, have relatively heavy legs and strong feet. All of the orioles have blue-gray legs, while all blackbirds have black legs.
Question 2
A
Oriole
B
Towhee
C
Thrush
D
Wood-Warbler
Question 2 Explanation: 
Spotted Towhee - Merely a large and heavy sparrow, with the sparrow characteristics of strong legs and feet with very strong claws, just a bit more so.
Question 3
A
Wood-Warbler
B
Oriole
C
Thrush
D
Sparrow
Question 3 Explanation: 
Hermit Thrush - The woodland thrushes have very long and thin legs, with slender toes and weak claws, similar to wood-warblers. American Robin and the larger thrushes have somewhat sturdier legs.
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